The video-streaming leader is looking to attract a broader audience with a mobile-only plan.
News & Analysis: Netflix
The video-streaming giant's subscriber growth slows to a crawl as prices rise.
Shares of the streaming-TV giant dove after its latest report, and for good reason.
Two of the leading entertainment providers are moving in different directions, but that doesn't mean the stocks will continue to be passing ships.
The streaming video leader's oldest markets are starting to become saturated. Moreover, Netflix doesn't have as much pricing power as many bulls seem to believe.
The days of all-out subscriber growth -- at least in the U.S. -- may be coming to an end.
Yes, the company missed its subscriber targets, but that's not a sign of bigger problems ahead.
The streaming leader missed big on subscriber additions. Is this just a one-off, or the start of something bigger?
Here are some key insights into the streaming-TV specialist's business, including why management wants Netflix to remain an ad-free platform.
Management's answer to why it missed expectations reveals a lot about the future.